Making hay while the sun shines
You know, I think I'm getting used to this unsatisfactory 'summer' that we've been having. For the most part, so far, it's been awful but punctuated with moments of delightful sun. My word, how I'm learning to appreciate it when it does decide to shine. Yesterday was like this.
Today seems undecided, but if the fine weather lasts long enough, I'm ready to pounce (like a ninja) with a barbecue. Make hay while the sun shines they say and it seems the only way to go this year.
But when those rainy days do come pouring down on us, I find other things to do. Recent fabric arrivals have meant that there's fresh inspiration all around.
And of course, I still have some hexagons left from my swap with Himiko.
I do love working on these little projects, they are so satisfying.
all the way from America. Certainly not.
I whipped up a cute little tomato pincushion.
I did trash one of the leaves a bit though.
The weather man says that tomorrow will be like this again.
So it looks as though I may have to stay indoors and work on my giant blanket of tiny squares. That will be a shame!
Oh, and a little PS....
I've decide to have a little go at Twittering. I'm not sure how I'll get on with it to be honest, I never did get going with that 'Facebook' thing but we'll see. If you fancy following me there, please do. Here's the link to me and I'll also put in the sidebar with the other 'Follow Me' stuff. ♥